New survey reveals 55% of Canadians have a future trip on their vacation want checklist

Give a holiday gift

A new study by Sunwing shows that an increasing number of Canadians want to receive a holiday gift during the holiday season.

TORONTO, December 03, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – As the holiday season begins, a new study conducted by Sunwing is showing interest among Canadians to receive a holiday gift.

The survey found that more than half (55%) of Canadians would prefer to receive a future holiday gift or travel certificate during the holiday period. In addition, of those surveyed, nine out of ten (89%) indicated that they would like to be offered a chance of survival. The survey was conducted by Sunwing among members of the Angus Reid Forum between November 16-17, 2020, and examples of 1,507 Canadian, English and French delegates.

“Our research shows that many Canadians would prefer to receive a holiday gift in the future during the holiday season,” said Samantha Taylor, Chief Marketing Officer of Sunwing Travel Group. “Sunwing is helping Canadians offer the gift of sunbathing and a variety of packages at invaluable prices, so our customers can have an unforgettable vacation in the tropics we have.”

Here are some of the highlights:

  • Young people aged 18-34 were very interested in future gifts, while 59% of those surveyed at the age indicated that they would be free to be granted a future vacation or travel ticket during this holiday season;
  • Respondents from Alberta (64%), British Columbia (58%) and Quebec (57%) were happy to receive a holiday gift during the holiday season;
  • Among the 35-54 year olds who said they wanted to receive a future vacation during the holiday season, 93% said they wanted a comprehensive vacation;
  • Of the Ontarians who said they wanted to receive a holiday on this holiday, 93% indicated they would like to receive a combined flight.

Canadians can see everyone on their list of papers and packages suitable for all travels, whether they are buying a place to hide or an escape filled with fun. Those looking for the perfect gift can also take advantage of the opportunity to save for a special holiday package throughout December.

Customers who secure the future can walk in peace of mind, knowing that Canada’s highest standards are in all of their vacation destinations with Safe and Sunwing’s commitment. Designed under the direction of Medcan’s global medical director, the program takes place on any route, from travelers to the airport to their destination, time of departure and return trip, making safe and memorable trips to the tropics.

For more information on how to give a holiday gift during the holidays please visit Sunwing’s website.

About Sunwing

The largest North American travel company, Sunwing has more southern flights than any other vacation destination with direct access from more than 33 airports in Canada to more than 45 solar routes in the USA, Caribbean, Mexico and Central America. This measure enables Sunwing to provide customers with exclusive services in resorts with popular holiday destinations as well as travel packages as well as airline flights. Sunwing customers benefit from the support of those who know where they are going in the company, who greet them when they arrive and assist them throughout their vacation. The company supports communities that operate through the Sunwing Foundation, a charitable organization that focuses on youth support and growth and support.

For more information:

Melanie Anne Filipp
Director, Corporate Communications & Media Relations
Sunwing Travel Group
1-800-387-5602 | [email protected]

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For Angus Reid Forum:

The Angus Reid Forum is Canada’s well-known and trusted online community, consisting of people from all over the country who respond to research on topics that affect all Canadians.

The accuracy of the Angus Reid Forum resolutions is assessed using time-dependent measures. In this case, the survey was up to +/- 2.5 percent, 19 times out of 20 people surveyed in Canada. All investigations and investigations may be related to other errors, including but not limited to errors and omissions.

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